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Tuffen West. London and New York: George Routledge & Sons [after 1882]. Later printing. , 132 pages. Plus 12 colored plates (numbers II-XII in rear, number I as frontis). 4 1/4 x 6 1/2 inches. Publisher's green cloth with de-embossed design colored in red. Penciled name on recto of frontis. A few pages with fore-edges bent over and creased. Occasional penciled notes. Very Good. Cloth. 
George Routledge and Sons are noted at Broadway, Ludgate Hill, and in New York at 9 Lafayette Place. One online source notes the Lafayette NY office at that address began in Jan 1882, hence our date attribution of after 1882. No printer noted. A fascinating book that went through a number of printings (the first we are aware of is 1861), and after Wood's death in 1889 was revised in a "second edition" with additional material.
We have seen this title with multiple page counts, here with 132. The endpapers appear to be from a Routledge catalog and are actually numbered (!) 12-16 (pastedown and flyleaf verso and recto in the front and rear of the book).
Nye & Company Auctioneers online auction of the Montclair’s Shultz House, also known as Evergreens on Wednesday, November 17th which includesd the scientific and travel library from Charles. S. Shultz, the noted 19th century financier and past president of the American Microscopical Society and the New York Microscopical Society.